According to the Local Search Association, 60% of consumers are already using voice search. National brands that market locally must adapt their SEO strategies to capture the unique intent behind voice searches. Local search marketers must ensure that their location data is clean, optimized, and accessible to these new search engine technologies. This whitepaper,
Apple has Siri, Microsoft has Cortana….and now Google has Google Home. Voice search is here….and it’s here to stay. Already, 60% of consumers are using voice search, according to the Local Search Association. The challenge for national brands that market locally is to adapt your SEO strategies to capture the unique intent behind voice searches.
By using beacon technology, a national advertiser is able to pinpoint a consumer’s precise location in a store, serving up a highly relevant ad in response to a mobile search. For digital marketers, this is the ultimate game changer. This whitepaper explores the latest insights and tactics enterprise brands are using to convert online searches to
Locally targeted ad spending by U.S. national brands is projected to grow from $54.4 billion in 2014 to $68.9 billion in 2018, according to BIA/Kelsey’s U.S. Local Media Forecast. More than two-thirds of the brands surveyed by BIA/Kelsey say they already invest in local marketing initiatives. Consumer demand for online
The power of social media Every 60 seconds, there are more than 510,000 new Facebook comments, more than 98,000 new Tweets, more than 600 new YouTube videos, 3,400-plus new Instagram images uploaded, 694,000 new search queries, and 168 million new emails. This adds up to an overwhelming amount of activity
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, sales in 2012 from eCommerce were $186 billion, and sales at physical stores in the U.S. totaled $4.3 trillion.* As a growing number of local networks and directories appear in the local search ecosystem, multilocation businesses and big brands are challenged to accurately optimize